Qualcomm Technologies announced at the Qualcomm 5G Summit event new capabilities and milestones for the Snapdragon X70 5G Modem-RF System.
There was once a time when the launch of a smartphone, be it an Android model or one of Apple's suite, was an occasion. The company behind the device made a song and dance about it, and the media tended to follow suit.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has released another device in its A series, the A96, retailing for $399 and available for purchase right away.
For semiconductor company Qualcomm, 5G mmWave is a revolutionary cellular technology, providing access to massive bandwidth and capacity available in frequency bands above 24GHz.
The race to perfect the Arm platform to power ultra slim and light Windows 11 and Chromebook PCs is hotting up with the newest generation of 5nm processors from Qualcomm, fighting back against x86 processors and Apple's Arm-based M1-class processors, with Qualcomm's inbuilt 5G one of the differentiators for the "Always On, Always Connected" experience.
With Apple arguably the world's most advanced SoC maker for smartphones, tablets and computers, the ARM and x86 competition is in full flight for a big fight for the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers, with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 promising to "lead the way into a new era of premium mobile technology equipped with cutting-edge 5G, AI, gaming, camera, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies to transform the next generation of flagship devices."
Qualcomm upgrades mobile roadmap to deliver increased capabilities across Snapdragon 7, 6 and 4 series.
Chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies has announced a new SoC, the 778G 5G, new reference designs to speed up 5G adoption across industry segments, and new features in its X65 5G Modem-RF systems that it claims will help expand 5G take-up across the globe.
Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has released two new 5G models in its A series, the A74 5G that retails for $449 and the A54 5G that sells for $399.
Qualcomm's newest 7-series processor has launched, and while it's not the first 7-series processor with 5G, it is the first a selection of 8-series features, bring them to devices that will be cheaper than those using the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888.
Cybersecurity company Sophos has announced its plans to provide Sophos Intercept X endpoint protection for 5G PCs powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon compute platforms from Qualcomm.
Qualcomm's 888 SoC is its flagship processor for flagship smartphones, with the 7-series for high-end models ,the 6-series for mid-range devices, the 4-series for low-end smartphones and the 2-series for the entry-level, so with 5G now on the new 480, 5G is sure to spread far and wide in 2021.
Android smartphones which have Qualcomm SoCs from the new 888 mobile platform onwards will receive three operating system version updates in addition to the version that comes with the device, under a new arrangement with Google.
Qualcomm’s answer to Apple’s A14 processor, and those of Huawei, Samsung and others has arrived, with the lucky-numbered 888 5G Mobile Platform delivering what Qualcomm claims are giant leaps in AI, the most advanced 5G platform, a tripling down on computation photography, unrivalled gaming speed, the fastest Wi-Fi and more!
Like many of its cousins from its parent company, electronics giant B.B.K. Electronics, the vivo Y20S is a solidly constructed device, one of many 4G smartphones hitting the Australian market as companies realise that 5G smartphones are really not needed here given the current state of the 5G rollout.
A news report in an online publication's sponsored 5G section talks about the benefits of an always-on 5G connection in the latest crop of Windows-based ARM-powered PC notebooks, but 5G is hard to find, it's not free and your always-on smartphone is an alternative you already own.
Qualcomm Technologies has announced plans to accelerate 5G global commercialisation at scale by expanding its portfolio of 5G mobile platforms across the Snapdragon 8 Series, 7 Series and 6 Series in 2020.
With top mobile operators, including Telstra, in major first world countries set to "activate Windows 10 PCs powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Mobile PC Platform on 4G/LTE Networks", the only question is whether consumers will buy them.
American multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm admits some of its processors are vulnerable to the Meltdown and Spectre bugs but has refused to provide any clarity on exactly which products are affected.
Although mired in a legal fight with Apple, Qualcomm is still busy creating new processors and technologies, with its new flagship processor and SOC being the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
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